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d are state's fault. and we don't know the answer. >> chris: finally, a minute left, senators john mccain and graham called for a special congressional committee to investigate benghazi. let's look at what senator graham said. >> watergate investigated from a joint committee, iran contra benefitted from a select committee. >> chris: i want to ask you both briefly, do you think we need -- let me start first with you, do we need a special committee or can your standing committees do it. >> first of all, these two guys are two of my best friends and joe's best friends and we travel a lot together to dangerous places, but the committees within the united states senate are capable of investigating this in the right way and this is one time i have a slight disagreement with my good friends. >> i respectfully separate from my two amigos on this one and agree with saxby. this was a tragedy but doesn't rise to the level of 9/11/01. our committees can handle this and come up with the answers, and if for some reason our colleagues think when we're done we haven't done a good job, think about a s
. will it involve her testifying? >> john? >> we may never get to the bottom of this question of the discrepancy between the facts and the talking points. i would point out the president said at the debate, memorably, i said it was a terrorism attack the next day in the rose garden. remember that. so there's even a kind of so what quality about determining whether susan rice didn't call it one. real issue that i don't think a whole lot of light has been shed on this last week is what were the failures that went into the vulnerability of this diplomatic facility in the first place. everyone agrees that's the real issue. and nothing that i have seen that came out of this hearing clarifies very much what went wrong with the preparations, why wasn't that place secure. and what does it tell us about the whole approach of the light footprint that the obama administration has recommended. >> explain what that means. i must say i haven't heard that phrase until today but it's in the papers. >> the idea that once we had gadhafi out in libya, we weren't going to go in with a new big presence, we were goin
that is our show. i am john stossel. good nig >> eric: i'm chri >>> i'm chris wallace. david petraeus tells congress what he knows about the benghazi attack. ♪ ♪ >> chris: in a series of closed door hearings, lawmakers investigate what happened before, during, after the assault that killed four americans. we get the latest from saxby chambliss, vice chair of the senate intelligence committee. joe lieberman, head of the homeland security committee. then, republicans look to regroup after a disappointing election. does the party need a new message or better messengers? we talk with two leading governors. bobby jindal of louisiana and scott walker of wisconsin. plus, the president and congressional leaders try to pull back from the fiscal cliff. with 44 days and counting, we'll ask our sunday panel can a deal be made in time? and our power player of the week. killing us softly with her song. all right now on "fox news sunday." ♪ ♪ >> chris: hello, again, from fox news in washington. we'll talk with our guests in a moment. first the update on the tense military situation
john boehner offered a compromise in week in which he says i am willing to put more revenue on to the table but with through closing deductions end gd loopholes not through raising rates. can you accept a compromise as part of the whole deal that doesn't raise the push tax rate on the wealthy? >> how much revenue are we going to generate as part of a balanced package. in their framework they assume the amount of revenue as if we started tax reform from a 39 percent rate. that is part of their built in assumption. i am all for doing tax reform. the issue is from what starting point. i think the bowl starting point which assumies that revenue fro 39 percent is the right way to go to get the mix they got in hitting their deficit reduction target. if what speaker boehner was saying he was truly willing to get office ready we begin to work with one another. if what he is simply saying is what republicans used to say which is we are going to lower rate on the wealthy and that will somehow generate -- >> he was talking about closing loopholes and deductions. >> the jury is out stil
, inspired by living next to john lennon. >> the a wall of my computer room was the wall of his computer room. >> it's hard to imagine hard to imagine her journey. she grew up in northern virginia but started piano lessons at age nine. six years later she had a music scholarship to howard university. >> what are you doing in college at the age of 15? >> i don't know. i could have gotten there at 14 but they said i was too short. >> chris: flack was classicly trained. six years ago she started the roberta flack school of music and charter school in the bronx. >> you can become the next beyonce or barbra streisand. >> she still takes voice lessons ♪ >> you keep polishing 8 the tool. you keep warming it up and shining it and making it brighter. i wanted to sing until i can't sing anymore and play until i can't play anymore. >> chris: the excitement when you get on the stage? >> the song. ♪ >> chris: she hopes to open more music schools here in washington and in barbedos and she intends to keep on singing. this program note, next sunday, john mccain joins us to discuss the libya investigation
. >> chris: let's talk about taxes that got most of the attention. congressman van hollen, john boehner offered a compromise this week where he said yes, i am willing to put more revenue on the table but through closing deductions, ending loopholes, not through raising rates. can you accept a compromise as part of this whole deal that doesn't raise the bush tax rate on the wealthy? >> well, here is the issue. how much revenue are we going to generate part of a balanced package? i take my lead on this from simpson-bowles and their framework. in their framework, they assume the amount of revenue as if you started tax reform from a 3% rate. that is part -- 39% rate. that's part of their built-in assumption. i am all for doing tax reform. the issue is from what starting point. the simpson-bowles starting point which assumes the revenue from 39% is the right way to go to get the mix that they got in hitting their deficit reduction target. but look, if what the speaker boehner was saying is that he is truly willing to get what we consider congressional budget office revenue, we can work with
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